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Feb 27, 2013 2:30am PST
and the election of a new pope, it was very interesting that here in new york our cardinal dolan said that he and other cardinals will sing a psalm as they file into the sistine chapel. and is that something that's typical, liz, is that traditional, or is that unique to this conclave? >> i think in particular, these psalm of pent nance is part of the lenten a framework. but, also, it's part of the sistine chapel proper. indeed, as you look at the ceiling, the very last images the very last prophet, then you get to that resurrection of joan in the center. it's fitting for the time, it's fitting for the space and it's fitting for this particular occasion as well. >> let me bring ann thompson back in. you were saying earlier that the pope won't do what's traditional at many of these audiences which is to allow a number of faithful to kiss the ring and receive the blessing. he has decided at the end of this audience, he'll bless some religious articles that people have brought. >> i haven't heard that, chris. i do know once this public audience is finished, he'll meet privately with some head of
CNN
Feb 28, 2013 8:00am PST
cardinal dolan about half an hour ago and he said, cardinal dolan, that him and many of the other cardinals, the american elected cardinals who are going to be staying there are going to go up to the roof to see if they can see the helicopter taking off. we've already seen cardinal turkson of ghana has joined the twitter revolution and he himself from the top of st. peter's behind me has tweeted a picture. perhaps many of them are going up there to see if they can watch the helicopter take off. but look, this is massive. we are watching this in minute detail unfold. why? not just because he's an elderly man who's decided to resign but because he's the leader of 1.2 billion people, not just the leader of catholics but somebody when he speaks, when he moves, when he makes pronouncements, when he receives heads of state and talks and pronounces on international affairs or affairs that affect our daily lives, affairs of science, of education, of theology, it really makes a difference. for better or for worse, it makes a difference, monsignor. >> he speaks with authority, not power. that's the k
NBC
Feb 22, 2013 5:30pm PST
no clear front-runner to succeed him. however, there is a long shot. new york's cardinal timothy dolan. >> i'll do anything to get you guys in church. >> reporter: praised in catholic circles for his persona. his efforts to revitalize the church and fighting the obama administration's contraception coverage mandate. but this week, dolan was deposed about how he dealt with abusive priests as archbishop of milwaukee. what impact is this going to have on cardinal dolan? >> i think it will have zero impact on cardinal dolan's leadership within the conclave. because he is a known quantity. he is a known man of integrity. he is known as someone who can communicate the catholic faith positively. >> reporter: here in rome, another american cardinal, roger mahoney, the retired archbishop of los angeles, is under fire for his role in moving and shielding abusive priests. not a contender for the papacy, mahoney faces his own deposition tomorrow, after which he will come to the vatican to vote for the new pope. this week an italian cardinal told a local newspaper mahoney should stay home, and some
Comedy Central
Feb 11, 2013 11:30pm PST
wants. >> stephen: you heard me give the colbert bump to cardinal dolan. could there be an american pope? >> i think it's very unlikely but if there is one it would be him buts unlikely. >> stephen: why, america, we have the best catholics. [ laughter ] we do. american catholics. >> shocking other people don't see that. >> stephen: really? >> cardinals that come from other countries and other parts of world bring the same kind of biases that their fellow countrymen and women would have and america is not most popular nation worldwide. >> stephen: there's almost never a first ballot pope, right? >> it's unusual but there's been some. >> stephen: can i tell you the theory? i think on the first ballot everybody just votes for themselves. you know, on the off chance they go like, you know what maybe i'm so humble i don't know there's a groundswell behind me. we'll see what is going on. why not me. why not? peeking of which, why not me? i could be pope? [cheers and applause] is it possible? [crowd chanting see stephen] >> what would you choose as your name be if you were pope? >> stephen: i'm
FOX News
Feb 11, 2013 6:00am PST
: that is quite a statement from the archbishop. cardinal dolan says he still wears the ring and the cross the pope gave him. martha: we are waiting for a statement from the white house. president obama's only meeting with the pope came in july 2009. they met at the vatican for 35 minutes. the vatican described the meeting as cordial. the first lady and maria and sasha were also present. bill: he spent his life serving the catholic church. the pontiff's given name, joseph ratzinger. only the 9th pope to hail from the country of germany. he served as a cardinal longer than any pope. he was ordained a priest in 1951. martha: the pope making the first appearance from his balcony after the famous white smoke made it known the world had a new leader. let's take a listen to some of that. [crowd cheering] martha: what a moment that was. that was eight years ago. you remember the days of black smoke that led to the emergence of that white smoke. benedict from the beginning was the lead candidate in many people's eyes to take over. the next day from this, april 20, pope benedict led his first mass
NBC
Feb 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
in the pews. new york's cardinal timothy dolan on the "today" show. >> i'm as startled as the rest of you and anxious to find out exactly what's going on. >> reporter: and like the nation's cardinals, the faithful have many questions. >> maybe he's trying to do what's best for us as the church and he wants us to be led by, you know, a strong person who is of sound mind and body. >> reporter: some express the hope a new leader might mean a new attitude about women and married priests or human sexuality. but church observers say that is unlikely. >> if you look at those men who are cardinals currently, they tend to hold the same disposition as the pope. remember, the pope hand-selects these people and he knows one of them will be a successor. >> reporter: but the make-up of the catholic church is changing. while declining numbers of europeans and americans practice the faith -- it is growing in latin america, africa and asia. >> what we need is an evangelical pope. by which i mean someone who declares the gospel strongly, boldly, confidently. a pope with a great pastoral heart, a pope with
CNN
Feb 28, 2013 6:00am PST
to cardinal timothy dolan. if you're watching in the united states, he is probably the catholic that you know. he's the archbishop of new york, one of the men who's going to be voting for the next pope. first, though, i want to go through some of the other big news happening at this hour. we'll have special coverage throughout the morning on the vatican, but first, a veteran reporter bob woodward says a white house official threatened him over his reporting on the upcoming forced budget cuts. we now know who that who is from the white house. it was gene spurling, he loves to spar, he loves to fight. that's what i love about gene. he's a top obama aide. now, listen to what woodward said that a white house official actually said to him. >> some people kind of, you know, said, look, we don't see eye to eye on this. they never really said, though, afterwards they have said that this is factually wrong and it was said to me in an e-mail -- >> what was said? >> it was said very clearly you will regret doing this. >> who sent that e-mail to you? >> well, i'm not going to say. >> was it a senior pers
ABC
Feb 12, 2013 12:35am PST
agony in the church of the sex abuse scandals in several countries. cardinal timothy dolan of new york spoke with diane sawyer earlier and reflected on the toll of it all. >> when he speaks about the church, when he speaks about christian life they are the most noble, loving, the most elevated sentiments you can have. and for him to see the troubles, the corruption, the scandals that have always afflicted members of the church, that's got to weigh on him. >> reporter: another scandal hit close to home. his own personal but tear stole a trove of his private correspondence and leaked it to the italian media. over the years, many of the faithful warmed to this meek, prayerful man. >> he was an incredible shepherd and just someone i would look to as one of the great leaders in our church. >> reporter: and now he is leaving to lead a quiet life in the vatican. so what next? is this a moment when the church is on the verge of profound change? a lot of people in the secular world look at the catholic church and say when are they going to ordain women and have priests who don't have to be celi
ABC
Feb 12, 2013 12:35am EST
, brazil. and new york's affable cardinal dolan is being mentioned though many believe a superpower pope from the u.s. is unlikely and he dismissed the idea. >> what are the odds of a north american and you were asked, what about you? >> is this abc evening news or comedy central? >> reporter: it will be a momentous and mysterious process set in motion today but the quiet historic words of the servant of the servant of god, as they say, a man who simply decided it was time. >> our thanks to terry moran. >>> coming up next, she's only just cracked her 20s but has her second oscar nod. jennifer lawrence on fame, parties and that slippery ladder of hollywood stardom. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. [ coughs ] [ baby
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2013 10:00am EST
, and the possibility of an american pope. the name that comes up, of course, is cardinal dolan here in new york. he is someone who has only been cardinal for less than a year. that would obviously argue against it. when i was talking to a mutual friend, his analysis was maybe the best chance for an american pope that we have ever seen, and yet the canses of that are minuscule. what's your assessment? >> i wouldn't say minuscule, but i would say it's a long shot. i think we might have ra north american pope. i think cardinal willette from canada will get a serious look. i wouldn't be prepared to do any odds-making right now. i think it's clear the cardinals will want a younger man, to give a good 10 to 15 years of service. >> i think a lot of people wondered whether or not this pope would have been in the seat as long as he has been. thank you so much. it is good to see you, and i'm sure we'll by talking against in the coming days, george. >> i suspect i'll see you in rome. >> when are you going? >> soon, i imagine. >> we'll see you there then. >>> i want to bring? senator john bur ratso. there's a
CBS
Feb 26, 2013 12:00am EST
another question. maybe i'm seeing things. and, by god, i may be. (laughter) there's no reason cardinal dolan would be here, is there? from the new york -- the archbishop of new york. timothy dolan? >> paul: i don't know why he would be here. i think he's heading for rome soon. >> dave: what? >> paul: he's on his way to rome i think, isn't he? >> dave: he doesn't call me when he travels cardinal done lan, why was he here? he was here? he is here? oh, there he is. ladies and gentlemen, look at that! (cheers and applause) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> dave: did you ever see anything weirder than that? >> paul: (laughs) >> dave: cardinal dolan, he wants to be pope. so he's throwing out t-shirts. >> paul: kind of a half time show thing. >> dave: it's crazy, isn't it? i tell you, those catholics always got something going on. (laughter) when we come back, the lovely emmylou harris and rodney crowell, everyone. (applause) captioning sponsored by worldwide pants and cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org (applause) >> dave: yes, sir, thank you, paul. our next guests -- this is wonder
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2013 10:00am PST
. >> cardinal dolan with matt and savannah. within a half hour of the news breaking walked over from st. pat's to the "today" show set. we're following all of the reaction here at home and, of course, across the globe to pope benedict's surprising decision to abdicate his position as leader of the catholic church. looking ahead to a papal process that is going to seem familiar to some, but it does have one major difference. professor john garvey joins us now. the president of the catholic university of america joining me by phone. president garvey, thank you for being with us. the big difference sshgs of course, that the pope is alive to witness the succession process, and there has got to be conversations along the margins tooz what would pope benedict xvi want. >> you got to wonder what affect that will have on the process, don't you? it isn't something we've seen in our lifetime or for centuries, for that matter. i don't think anybody has a clue. your guess is as good as mine. >> i was reading your statement, president garvey, and as the catholic university of america president, you spoke
FOX News
Feb 11, 2013 12:00pm PST
timothy cardinal dolan is the most powerful chock in the country, not just because he is the archbishop of the new york archdiocese but because he is the president of the u.s. conference of catholic bishops but he has knocked town the possibility of him becoming pope, but others say, don't rule him out. listen. >> would rather have the pope from somewhere else, but it's possible he would be elect. he would fit the bill as far as being youthful, energetic and able to communicate in a dynamic way. >> dolan is 63 years old. he was elevated to the college of cardinals in 2009. >> the personality and seems to be quite beloved quickly here in new york. trace, thanks very much. >> a woman in arizona reveals more about her tumultuous relationship with her ex-boyfriend. that ex now dead. the woman says she killed him for her own safety. that's next. ♪ you know my heart burns for you... ♪ i'm up next, but now i'm sging the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! >>> more dramatic testimony today from t
FOX News
Feb 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
this decision. among those, cardinal dolan here in new york. listen. >> my affection for him, my admiration for pope benedict xvi continues to skyrocket. it was already high. but i love him so much. as a brother bishop, -- shop of rome who appoint met to the archdiocese in new york, and to the holy father who made my a cardinal, and i just always admired him as a scholar, a priest, and a holy man, and now the admiration for him is even higher. reporter: the white house also released a statement in president obama's name in which the president said in part, quote, michelle and i warmly remember our meeting with the holy father in 2009, and i have appreciated our work together over these last four years. the church plays a critical role in the united states and the world, and i wish the best to those who will soon gary to choose his holies in, pope benedict xvi's successor. the british prime minister pope of his donary's affection for the pope. and the french president called the decision courageous, and appears that is a growing view among many in the catholic world, that while this is now a
CBS
Feb 11, 2013 7:00am PST
. . this morning at st. patrick's cathedral in new york, the archbishop of new york cardinal timothy dolan, said he is as shocked as anyone to hear the pope is stepping down. >> i always admired him as a s scholar, as a priest as a holy man, and now my admiration for him is even higher because of his humility. i don't have any insider information, but i would presume that his esteem for the office and as the chief pastor of the church universal, that esteem is so high that in all humility he simply said, i can't do it anymore. every catholic feels close to the pope. we call him our holy father. so there's a bit of sadness. it's like watching your own dad fold and admit he's not up to the duties that being the head of the family involves. there's a sovereigness there. there's a sadness there. when you watch a pope in action you know he's constantly surrounded by people who are literally pushing at him just to see him, just to whisper something, a request for prayers to his ears. you're kind of getting jostled all the time. so i'm not surprised he was decaying to balance himsel
CNN
Feb 21, 2013 1:00am PST
'll speak with someone who was in the court today. >>> also ahead, new york's cardinal timothy dolan has been mentioned as a possible candidate to succeed pope benedict. today he was questioned behind closed doors in the catholic church's sex abuse scandal. >>> look out midwest. you have some crazy weather on the way. a winter storm could dump as much as 18 inches in parts of kansas and that's just the beginning. the latest with chad myers coming up. neutrogena®. >>> the rising political star of former democratic congressman jesse jackson jr. has fallen to the ground in a streak of misused campaign funds. money he and his wife spent on things you would never even dream of buying. even on someone else's dime. elk heads? fur capes? two hats formerly worn by michael jackson, and memorabilia involving the late martial arts star bruce lee. the tab coming to $750,000. in washington, jackson pleaded guilty to federal charges today saying he has no interest in wasting taxpayers' time or money with a trial. leaving the courthouse, jackson apologized. >> i'm sorry i let everybody down. >> did you
CBS
Feb 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
as well for cardinal timothy dolan archbishop of new york. but any american candidate wouldic have to overcome the church'srcom traditional reluctance to elect a superpower pope. if the church reverts to anrc italian, cardinal anglo scola, 71-year-old archbishop of milan is a popular figure, but the choice will likely have to do more with the approach from thel issues than to geography. >> it's a complicated world the new holy father faces, as it wasrl with the last two holy fathers. but the complications do not ease up, they seem to multiply.t >> reporter: and the choice the church is facing this time isd the same one it faced eight years ago when it chose cardinal ratzinger then. then he appeared to be the heir apparent.en he this time, scott, there isn'the one. >> pelley: mark, thank you very much.'t mark just mentioned cardinal timothy dolan, the archbishop of new york. he sat down with us earlier today. were you surprised this morning? >> was i ever startled! y yes, i was! >> pelley: what's next? this hasn't happened in nearly six hundred years.s ne >> this hasn't happened in
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2013 8:00am PST
took fearly everyone by surprise, including the archbishop of new york, cardinal dolan. >> i'm as startled as the rest of you and anxious to find out exactly what's going on. >>> other reactions italy's prime minister saying he's greatly shaken by the unexpected news. >>> and british prime minister david cameron said he will be missed as a spiritual leader for millions. >>> and from angela merkel -- he had to make a difficult decision. just some of the reaction that's coming in today. joining mess is rome bureau chief claudio lavagna, and george weigel from washington. claudio, i want to start with you. we have part of the pope's statement. in it he said that both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength in the last few months has deteriorated to me to the extend i have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry. with hindsight being 20/20, had there been any rumors that something like this was coming? >> reporter: we possibly benedict xvi even hinted at it himself, he said if he felt his strength and his body wasn't up to speed to comply with
CBS
Feb 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
, thank you very much. mark just mentioned cardinal timothy dolan, the archbishop of new york. he sat down with us earlier today. were you surprised this morning? >> was i ever startled! yes i was! >> pelley: what's next? this hasn't happened in nearly six hundred years. >> this hasn't happened in six centuries, has it? now we know what happens when the pope dies. whether the same protocol will click in, i don't know. i'll be waiting to see. i would presume what would happen is that the cardinal colleges will be summoned to rome to be there for march 1 because once the chair is vacant, by church law the college of cardinals would be -- would oversee the day in/day out pastoral leadership and governance of the church universal. >> pelley: the pope was very conservative. when a lot of american catholics are looking for a pope to lead into a new era maybe for women in the church, for example. >> yeah, they have to realize scott, that the job description of the pope is to conserve. (laughs) you know to conserve the pat ramonny of the faith. so it shouldn't surprise us that a pope could be cons
NBC
Feb 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
as the papacy became more demanding, thanks in part to energetic predecessor john paul ii. cardinal dolan on benedict's react. >> almost in the beginning he shrugged and said, boy, i don't know if i'm up to this, but with god's grace and mercy, i'll give it my best shot, and he's done well for eight years. >> a man in the full possession of his physical powers is going to be needed. >> reporter: the college of cardinals will choose, a heavy responsibility, said cardinal dolan. >> except for prayer, i don't know what else to do. i'll await instruction along with everybody else. >> reporter: he steps down february 28th. soon after the card landlords will elect the new pope, who will face something new, a living former pope looking over his shoulder. >> and we invite you to stay with us for more reaction to the pope stepping down. at 5:00, a local monsignor, who met the pope, worked at the vatican for four years, will share his thoughts. >>> the mother of that chicago teenager killed two days after performing at president obama's inauguration will have a special seat at tomorrow night's stev
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2013 7:00am PST
's cardinal timothy dolan. >> i'm as startled as the roast of you, except for prayer, i don't know what else to do. i'll await instructions like everyone else. >> the 85 years old leader will step aside february 28th. the vatican says they hope to elect a new pope by easters. the pope made the announcement in latin, saying, quote, after having repeatedly examined my conscience before god, i have come to a certainly that my strengths are not -- the pope's declining health has been an issue. he goes to and from the altar on a moving platform, so he doesn't have to walk down the long aisle. sometimes he using a cane. his brothers says the doctors told hi not to take any more transatlantic trips. >>> he is also an nbc vattian analyst. george, good to see you. you and i are in somewhat frequent contact, as you send out notes about what's going on, but did anybody really see this coming? i nope he's talked about the possibility of retirement, but now? >> i was going to say, chris, it's an unexpected pleasure to see you today. this is a surprise to timing, not to fact. the pope has indicated on sev
CNN
Feb 21, 2013 4:00pm PST
but legal. who could explain, new york cardinal timothy dolan, now arguably the most powerful catholic in the u.s. he was archbishop of milwaukee when the cemetery trust fund was established and when the $74 million parish deposit fund was moved. >> archbishop dolan, now cardinal dolan, made a conscious decision to secretly and in a quite sinister way, move funds into parishes and transfer funds into other corporations to avoid having to pay the survivors. >> reporter: ridiculous, says the cardinal. this was his response in february of 2011, when the allegations of sheltering the money first surfaced. >> to think that there was $130 million in hidden funds, like dolan's got some offshore account in the cayman islands or something? this is, this is just ludicrous. >> reporter: cardinal dolan declined an interview with cnn and the attorney representing the cemetery trust fund says the obligation to maintain the cemeteries never ends. no one knows, for sure, how much is enough. an ultimate win for the victims could open up not only the $55 million in the cemetery trust, but future cemeter
CBS
Feb 28, 2013 7:00am PST
a long shot is u.s. cardinal timothy dolan. in an interview cardinal dolan reflected on what kind of man will emerge as pope. >> all the other things where they're from languages they know leadership skills managerial competency, that's gravy, isn't it? but, boy, you better look for somebody who reminds us of jesus, which in a way, allen, is another word for you are looking for a holy man. >> reporter: benedict was widely seen as a great teacher and a less-than-efficient manager of the vast church bureaucracy. >> is not the big problem the next pope will face is cleaning up the church? >> sadly, sadly, sadly, sadly, we leaders of the church and that's why we say mea culpa through my fault all the time sadly, tragically we leaders of the church have often given people reasons not to have trust in the church anymore. >> reporter: a major reason why is the sex abuse scandal which several of the cardinals, dolan included, have been accused of trying to cover up. so will it feature in the conclave deliberations? >> it should certainly should have a bearing when we
ABC
Feb 27, 2013 7:00am PST
. david, i flew over with cardinal dolan of new york. a lot of talk about the possibility that he might be chosen as the next pope. he laughed that off. but the cardinals are going to start to meet next week. today, though, the day for pope benedict. >> that's right. his moment to say good-bye, really. this was the last time we will see him in the flesh, here at the vatican. tomorrow, we'll see him on television. but most of it will take place behind the vatican walls. 50,000 tickets for this event, standing room only crowd. and for a pope who is famously reserved, it counts as an emotional farewell. they came today by the thousands to say good-bye. pope benedict gave them an up-close look, moving through the crowds in the popemobile. he even stopped to kiss a baby. the first pope since the middle ages to step down, smiling today, as he took it all in one last time. the crowd got to their feet and gave him a long standing ovation. today, he looked thin and frail as he addressed the faithful, referring back to the day eight years ago when he first appeared on that balcony. in that moment
MSNBC
Feb 14, 2013 12:00pm PST
's how he wants it and that's how it ought to be. >> let me talk about cardinal timothy dolan, the religious new service calls him today the chris christie of the college of cardinals, a man who's a plus sized purlet who makes jokes about his weight. he said in terms of baseball, i am going to be pro choice. is it possible for them to choose an american pope? would it be good for the church to choose an american pope? >> reporter: if the cardinals decide that cardinal dolan is the man who can do what i just said to crystal, put a forward looking faith on the church's offer of disciple ship, i think he will be the man chosen. i think the old taboo about a superpower pope being off the table is really no longer in play. that had something to do with the cold war, obviously. but it also had something to do with the decline of american presence in the world under the present administration, so i think a hope from any place, plug the united states is in the realm of possibility right now. >> the demographics of the catholic church are changing right now, i think that was one of ben
FOX News
Feb 1, 2013 3:00pm PST
response from cardinal timothy dolan in new york. you have had other catholic organizations that raised questions about what this will mean. is this a way to allow the organizations to feel like they are not providing the coverage when in fact they will be. or the insurance company will be. it feels like a dodge and obama administration trying to do something for public relations purposes that is not doing itself. >> bret: one thing they couldn't answer was cost. when pressed where does the cost go, neither the white house or h.h.s. could answer the question who would pay for the increased cost. where does it go? >> the cost goes back to the person buying the insurance plan so everybody pays for it. that is a wide investment. from the insurance company per speculative, they see it as preventive. it helps to stop a bigger cost, which is either an unintended pregnancy or somebody who gets sick because they lack, you know, obviously birth control and controlling cycles is more than just birth prevention. example of georgetown she was upset about a friend who had a uterin problem and helped
FOX News
Feb 27, 2013 12:00pm PST
of the cardinals including cardinal dolan who arrived in rome, but observers say he is quite a long shot. jonathan hunt is live at st. patrick's cathedral. what else did the pope have to say? >> it was unusually personal speech. he is a pope that is known more for his professor yal style. he appeared to be happy, enjoying a victory lap around the vatican saying goodbye to many of those who turned up. he talked about the joy he had felt being pope but at the same time he also appeared to be relieved to be stepping down. listen. >> deeply grateful for the understanding and support and prayers of the many of you here and around the world. decision i have made in god's will and deep love of god's church. i will -- >> reporter: the pope recalled back in 2005 when he became pope he told god you have placed a great burden on my shoulders. in less than 24 hours now, that burden will officially be lifted. >> shep: what happens now, john? >> reporter: tomorrow morning his next appointment will be to meet with the cardinals who are already in rome. as you mentioned cardinal timothy dolan is one of them. list
CBS
Feb 11, 2013 12:00pm EST
from cardinal timothy dolan in new york, he was elevated to that office by pope benedict. let's hear what he had to say. >> i would presume his esteem for the office as the successor of st. peter and the chief pastor of the (audio difficulty) still to come when 9news continues we will have new developments in the search for a rogue california cop accused of killing outside a wave >>> a 14-year-old is being charged as an adult in the murder of his seven-month-old sister. police say baby larissa was left from the care of her brother jonathan a aguilera. the teenager admitted covering her nose and her mouth in order to stop her from crying. he is due in court for a bond hearing this afternoon. >>> a $11 million reward is now being offered for help to capture a former los angeles police officer wanted for murder. christopher dorner is accused of killing three people to avenge his firing from the police force. a massive search around big bear, where dorner's burned out truck was found has now been scaled back. >>> coming up next, howard and the forecast. >> reporter: jc, we are still wa
FOX News
Feb 27, 2013 2:00am PST
and yet very profound. what do congress look for? i asked that of cardinal dolan yesterday. his response was weatherman knee things are kneaded, many, many things, one of the first priorities of the cardinal he believes will be to find somebody who can give the new impetus to the church and strength and vigor and preaching president gospel of jesus with happiness and with conviction. and conviction not only of his own but being able to give conventioning reasons -- convincing reasons to the world no doubt the papacy is a different office or role than it was in the past because of communication. to have a pope who can communicate with that conviction to a world i believe is starving for real reasons and purpose for living i think is going to be a big thing on the minds of the cardinals. >> pope benedict we should mention the first twitter account trying to modernize there. i want to briefly address the reports that came out of the media last week adamantly denied the real reason was he got the results of the investigation he commissioned potential scandal one of them being blackmailed by
ABC
Feb 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
eminence, cardinal timothy dolan. >>> and now, we move on, to the weather in this country and images that will be familiar to millions of us tonight. cars spinning their wheels, people digging out of the huge snowstorm on the east coast. in connecticut, as much as three feet of snow and 130,000 people in the northeast still without power. and in a town in mississippi, there are other americans digging through the remains of their homes. a powerful tornado tore straight through town. abc's steve osunsami is there. >> reporter: in hattiesburg, mississippi, they couldn't believe their eyes. seeing this giant tornado, nearly a mile wide, rolling up the street. >> there's huge stuff falling out of the sky. >> reporter: brave residents and even braver photographers risked their lives getting these amazing pictures. look closely and see the power again, tearing through electrical transformers and lighting up the sky. >> people's lives being destroyed right now. >> reporter: two of those lives were johnny and johnice dupree. he's the city's mayor and is alive today because he hid in a closet
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